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Something that I have been trying to get into more is logging daily activities, work related duties, photos and just general journaling. This has become far easier thanks to smartphones and there is no shortage of tools to make this possible. I have a few different ones that I use to accomplish specific tasks, but I'm always open to hear how other people go about handling their daily journaling.
- Daily Journal - I can't speak highly enough of DayOne and everything it...
First, there is Samsung (http://www.engadget.com/2014/01/29/google-and-sam... who has made an agreement with Google to tone down the total amount of customization on Samsung phones. I don't doubt anyone will disagree this is a good thing because Touchwiz has been two steps forward in features but always one step back in appearance.
Right after... Read more →
iFixit has become quite popular, and their teardowns of newly announced products always grab the attention of the tech world. Their most recent teardown of the newest Retina model Macbook Pro unsurprisingly scored a 1, and of course it's causing a bit of a stir. While they are often interesting since they provide a real good look at the product, do these teardowns serve any form of relevance anymore? Especially for products like the... Read more →
Before I wouldn't do it because the phones offered would be too much of step backwards. I also like the new plans. Heck I was thinking of just getting it as an office line for how cheap it is.
Interested to know if any of you out there use republic wireless? How do you like it? Does it work well?
How many would be willing to make the switch from your major carrier?
I think it may have been the best Android on the market at the time. But it was not a reliable phone. I blame the hardware. (And slow updates on the software team.)
I... Read more →
But, there are a few interesting new bits. While there are no images of the actual phone, the advertisement touts the X as the "first smartphone you can design yourself." What does this mean to you? A wide range of colors, customizable faceplates... Read more →